Martin Hewitt discusses the findings of the RSA report: Safer together: Policing a global city in 2020, and reflects on how the Met may have to a fundamentally different approach.
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Our new report makes a simple case: London needs a ‘shared mission’ to ensure the safety of its citizens and those who visit or work here. This shared mission challenges the Met, its partners and, also, the public.
There has been plenty of analysis about the growth of inequality of income, wealth and capital. But what can we or should we do about it?
The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, says British policing is at a crossroads.
The RSA has been commissioned by the Metropolitan Police to provide insight into how the police can work more effectively with others to ensure a safe and energetic global city. Here we analyse at an early stage how policing ...
In an article first published in 'May2015', Adam Lent argues the solution to our political and social problems can only be found by unleashing the creativity of the stifled 75 per cent.
The popular media narrative has been against the professionalisation of politics. Actually, this is precisely wrong. We need a more professional politics.
There is something that is quite corrosive in our public life. It is our reaction to new ideas.
Looking at the various election predications in terms of seats, it is entirely possible that no party will be able secure a decent majority - even in Coalition.
The political debate about the extreme pressure the NHS is currently under is barely serious.